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These Are Our

Services

Providing essential education programs such as e-learning modules, communication improvement, retail management, nursing, and tailoring courses, as well as assisting them in finding jobs using the skills they have learned, to reduce child labor, social exclusion, discrimination against women and people in quarry areas, and to improve their living standards.

We were the first to start a hand-washing campaign in Anjur Village Tribal Communities on March 9th, 2020. We also provided dry rations, soaps, masks, and sanitizers to 15000 tribal, migrant, and Dalit people, as well as Leprosy, cured and under care, disabled people, and AIDS-affected families.

Volunteers were trained and put in Tambaram, Pallavaram, Pammal, Maraimalai Nagar, Chengalpet, and Mannivakkam, among other places.

Mr. John Louis, District Collector Chengalpet, presented our NGO with the COVID 19 Best Service Trophy.

Many people, especially in villages, are unaware that they are HIV-positive due to a lack of communication and marginalization. As a result, the IRDRP stepped up to help HIV-positive infants.

  • 90% of people living with HIV know their HIV status
  • 90% of those diagnosed with HIV receive sustained antiretroviral therapy
  • 90% of those on antiretroviral therapy to achieve viral suppression.

After identifying each kid’s unique requirements (checkups, blood tests, etc. ), a social worker is assigned to each child to care for them. We also host HIV awareness meetings for children, teens, and their parents.

In addition, we provide free schooling, healthy foods, medical expenditures, travel to seek treatments, hospital visits, new clothing, and shoes to children

In November and December 2015, Chennai was flooded heavily. This condition left many in the community without jobs, income, housing, or basic necessities, and many households had lost everything they owned.

As a result, we immediately began a program with Habitat for Humanity India and other volunteers in April 2016 to build/rebuild the houses that had been damaged or demolished.

The key goal of this programme is to assist low-income families in starting small microbusinesses using a low-cost, long-term business model. We also train disadvantaged people in entrepreneurial and business skills to encourage and mobilise them to start income-generating ventures.

The mission of the IRDRP is to improve the well-being and education of children. Another goal of the assistance given to the family should be to enable the children to continue their education.

In India, we’re collaborating with tribal groups on menstrual hygiene management. Rural women do use clothing to handle their menstrual cycles in 47% of cases. Just 23% of girls have access to toilets with running water. White discharge is an issue that affects 68 percent of women.

To fix the issue, we’re making low-cost Wings Pads, herbal pads, and reusable pads to help women preserve their menstrual health. We raise awareness about menstrual hygiene in Tamil Nadu, especially among rural and tribal populations, and provide pads through a network of NGOs.

Many localities lack sufficient drinking water infrastructure, requiring either a long travel or water that is unfit to drink. As a result, we erected RO water plants in villages to provide affordable, healthy water to the underprivileged. The use of a distribution machine by inserting 5Rs coin in it permits water to be sold for 5Rs every 20L (rather than 35Rs per 30L).

In these settlements, we also perform some water advocacy; for example, which water should be consumed? Why does one type of water make us ill while another does not? What is a RO plant and what does it do for water? etc.

01.

Training & Educative Uplift

Providing essential education programs such as e-learning modules, communication improvement, retail management, nursing, and tailoring courses, as well as assisting them in finding jobs using the skills they have learned, to reduce child labor, social exclusion, discrimination against women and people in quarry areas, and to improve their living standards.

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We were the first to start a hand-washing campaign in Anjur Village Tribal Communities on March 9th, 2020. We also provided dry rations, soaps, masks, and sanitizers to 15000 tribal, migrant, and dalit people, as well as Leprosy cured and under care, disabled people, and AIDS-affected families.

Volunteers were trained and put in Tambaram, Pallavaram, Pammal, Maraimalai Nagar, Chengalpet, and Mannivakkam, among other places.

Mr. John Louis, District Collector Chengalpet, presented our NGO with the COVID 19 Best Service Trophy.

02.

COVID 19

The key goal of this program is to assist low-income families in starting small micro-businesses using a low-cost, long-term business model. We also train disadvantaged people in entrepreneurial and business skills to encourage and mobilize them to start income-generating ventures. 

The mission of the IRDRP is to improve the well-being and education of children. Another goal of the assistance given to the family should be to enable the children to continue their education.

As a part of that, we seed money to assist people to develop small businesses, start sustainable agriculture, and reinvigorate their farming enterprises. In addition, to begin dairy programs Goats and Cows are given to them which enable them to make money.

In November and December 2015, Chennai was flooded heavily. This condition left many in the community without jobs, income, housing, or basic necessities, and many households had lost everything they owned.

As a result, we immediately began a program with Habitat for Humanity India and other volunteers in April 2016 to build/rebuild the houses that had been damaged or demolished.

04.

House renovation & construction, Sanitation Program

05.

RO Water plant Mission

Many localities lack sufficient drinking water infrastructure, requiring either a long travel or water that is unfit to drink. As a result, we erected RO water plants in villages to provide affordable, healthy water to the underprivileged. The use of a distribution machine by inserting 5Rs coin in it permits water to be sold for 5Rs every 20L (rather than 35Rs per 30L).

In these settlements, we also perform some water advocacy; for example, which water should be consumed? Why does one type of water make us ill while another does not? What is a RO plant and what does it do for water? etc.

menstruation

In India, we’re collaborating with tribal groups on menstrual hygiene management. Rural women do use clothing to handle their menstrual cycles in 47% of cases. Just 23% of girls have access to toilets with running water. White discharge is an issue that affects 68 percent of women.

To fix the issue, we’re making low-cost Wings Pads, herbal pads, and reusable pads to help women preserve their menstrual health. We raise awareness about menstrual hygiene in Tamil Nadu, especially among rural and tribal populations, and provide pads through a network of NGOs.

06.

Menstrual & Hygiene Management (MHM)

Many people, especially in villages, are unaware that they are HIV-positive due to a lack of communication and marginalization. As a result, the IRDRP stepped up to help HIV-positive infants.

  • 90% of people living with HIV know their HIV status
  • 90% of those diagnosed with HIV receive sustained antiretroviral therapy
  • 90% of those on antiretroviral therapy to achieve viral suppression.

After identifying each kid’s unique requirements (checkups, blood tests, etc. ), a social worker is assigned to each child to care for them. We also host HIV awareness meetings for children, teens, and their parents.

In addition, we provide free schooling, healthy foods, medical expenditures, travel to seek treatments, hospital visits, new clothing, and shoes to children